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THE CORSAIR.

If, however, it were worth while to remove the impression, it might be of some service to me, that the man who is alike the delight of his readers and his friends, the poet of all circles, and the idol of his own, permits me here and elsewhere to subscribe myself,

 Most truly,
 And affectionately,
 His obedient servant,

BYRON. 

 January 2, 1814.